NOVEMBER 26, 2010

 

 

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PHOTO: Staff Sgt. Matthew Clancy,  Sgt. Joseph Matthews and Sgt. Gregory Boyer of the Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site perform vehicle inspections at the Safety Stand-Down Day. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Safety Stand-Down Day highlights post programs

Members of the Fort McCoy community had the opportunity to focus on safety during the Safety Stand-Down Day Nov. 16.(Story, photos.)

PHOTO: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and McCoy Fisheries Program personnel collect fish from the Whitetail Ridge Ski Area holding pond for transport to Lake Tomah. Photo by Rob Schuette
 

McCoy Fisheries Program supports effort to restock Lake Tomah

More than 400 fish from Stillwell Pond and the North Flowage at Fort McCoy have found a new home in Tomah as the installation’s Fisheries Program supported restocking efforts for Lake Tomah.
(Story, photos.)

Chap. (Col.) Ken Lawson, Fort McCoy garrison chaplain, speaks at a Veterans Day observance at Tomah Middle School Nov. 11. Contributed photo Speakers Bureau helps tell Army, McCoy stories

Fort McCoy’s Speakers Bureau is a Public Affairs Office Community Relations program that supports the Army Community Covenant by providing speakers to tell the Fort McCoy and Army story at approved events.
(Story, photos.)
PHOTO: Soldiers in the Ammunition Specialist Course use forklifts to move and place simulated ammunition pallets in the correct locations during training conducted by the 13th, 100th Battalion (Ordnance). Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Ordnance unit introduces ammunition specialist course

About 25 Soldiers from throughout the country attended a two-week Ammunition Specialist Phase II training course at Fort McCoy in early November. Instructors from the 13th, 100th Battalion (Ordnance) conducted the training, which was offered for the first time at the installation.
(Story, photos.)
PHOTO: Command Sgt. Maj. Michael B. Koszuta (right) accepts the unit guidon from Brig. Gen. Frank A. Cipolla, right, the deputy commanding general of the 88th Regional Support Command, during a change-of-responsibility ceremony. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Osvaldo P. Sanchez 88th RSC welcomes new command sergeant major

The 88th Regional Support Command conducted a change-of-responsibility ceremony in late October at the command’s headquarters.
(Story, photos.)

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